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Community Garden Launches In Commerce

Apr 5, 2017

Credit Texas A&M Agrilife

Shetina Jones, representing the Commerce Community Action Program (C-CAP), relates the plans for a 45-plot community garden on property behind the First United Methodist Church of Commerce. Individuals or families will cultivate each plot.  C-CAP will later hold classes on canning the produce from the gardens.  Those interested in the community garden should visit Huffman Farm Supply on Bonham Street in downtown Commerce.